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Old November 10th, 2012, 03:07 PM   #1
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Why is everyone older and richer than me here?...

...and taller and owns like, a million vehicles, and goes to track days all the time (I want to go to a track day but I don't have a bajillion dollars for a suit and the track fees) and please explain to me why EVERYONE is buddy buddy and I'm just like...bro....IT'S THE MONEY
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Old November 10th, 2012, 03:30 PM   #2
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Must be a so cal thing
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Old November 10th, 2012, 03:39 PM   #3
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5'5, 22yo, poor socal college student.

Must be a so cal thing
Starting to look that way :\

You're still older than me though, haha.
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Old November 10th, 2012, 04:48 PM   #4
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I own a ninja because I can't afford the upkeep and gas on my 94 car that has 260,000+ miles on it.
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Meh, I don't even own a motorcycle anymore. I wish I did at times, but I had to ditch it because I just had too much on my plate.

I currently drive a Chevy Impala with 100K on it, and I have zero plans on selling it.

That is ok, I didn't do any real track days either.

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Old November 10th, 2012, 06:14 PM   #6
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I'm starting to feel a little better about things :]. Apex, I've seen you around a lot on these forums and I actually thought you were one of those track buddies I was talking about. Comforting to know I don't have to be an all out track rider to be accepted.
But, crap, you're still older and taller than me!
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Age is just a number. My wife thinks I act like I am 33 going on 12 sometimes. Especially when I hang out with my nieces. I act like a little kid and get us all in trouble.

The only racing I do anymore is running or mountain biking. Motorcycles were just too expensive to do along with my cycling. I had to make a tough decision. I still believe I made the right one.
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Old November 10th, 2012, 07:19 PM   #8
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Age is just a number. My wife thinks I act like I am 33 going on 12 sometimes. Especially when I hang out with my nieces. I act like a little kid and get us all in trouble.

The only racing I do anymore is running or mountain biking. Motorcycles were just too expensive to do along with my cycling. I had to make a tough decision. I still believe I made the right one.
I went the opposite direction. I had an 02 Specialized Allez and rode the piss out of it. After the MSF, I fell in love with motorcycling and the Kawi Eliminator (yeah, the 125cc one), and paid for one by trading my bicycle in+cash. I regret it because I've since gained weight, but I can never see myself not riding.

Till death/serious injury do us part.
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Recently my apartment burned down so I took a loan to fix it So now I am old, short, poor and with a big loan to pay off.
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Starting to look that way :\

You're still older than me though, haha.
Age is a precious thing... So many regrets about wasting those teenage years that i could've better invested in more important things than videogames and girls haha.

Make the most of your life

A motorccle and an open road feels like a million bucks. I'll never look at cars the same way again.


What part of SoCal are you from? Alot of nice routes in the mountains, especially Angeles Crest Highway. 66 miles of pure bliss.
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Old November 10th, 2012, 07:45 PM   #11
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Age is a precious thing... So many regrets about wasting those teenage years that i could've better invested in more important things than videogames and girls haha.

Make the most of your life

A motorccle and an open road feels like a million bucks. I'll never look at cars the same way again.


What part of SoCal are you from? Alot of nice routes in the mountains, especially Angeles Crest Highway. 66 miles of pure bliss.
I'm in Central LA. Only twisty roads I've ever ridden were the ones in Azusa Canyon...and I almost died (leaking tons of gas out of my left float bowl), and some road off the 14 freeway coming from Vasquez Rock Formation.
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Old November 10th, 2012, 07:48 PM   #12
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Well I'm 20, 6'0 and broke beyond belief! And I don't even own one motorcycle yet! So you have me there!
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Old November 10th, 2012, 08:06 PM   #13
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<---Not even a boy

Short, broke, young, no track days under my belt.

:-D But it could be worse!
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Old November 10th, 2012, 08:10 PM   #14
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<---Not even a boy

Short, broke, young, no track days under my belt.

:-D But it could be worse!
Haha, you don't need to be male to be like me.


I REALLY want to get track time at some point. I need a working bike first :[.
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You know, before I joined this forum I had never even thought of doing a track day(s). It just didn't interest me at all. But now you guys are all influencing me and whenever I get a surplus of money (:lol like that will ever happen), and have my bike I'm definitely looking into it!
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Old November 10th, 2012, 08:30 PM   #16
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23 years old, 5ft 6, just getting by alright living pretty frugally with splitting rent with my girlfriend. Haven't done any track days and just got my 1995 Ninja 250 back together and running alright. I had to get a different frame since had issues with the title, so everything had to be swapped over to a 2004 frame...

Don't look at life in terms of what you make. There's always someone who will be making more. There's always someone taller, who gets more girls, lives in a nicer neighborhood, etc. Relax, enjoy what you have and the freedom that most of us younger guys have. Honestly I'm content right now. I have a job, there's cold beer and food in the fridge, and the Ninja is fun to ride around and makes the trip to and from work more tolerable.
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23 years old, 5ft 6, just getting by alright living pretty frugally with splitting rent with my girlfriend. Haven't done any track days and just got my 1995 Ninja 250 back together and running alright. I had to get a different frame since had issues with the title, so everything had to be swapped over to a 2004 frame...

Don't look at life in terms of what you make. There's always someone who will be making more. There's always someone taller, who gets more girls, lives in a nicer neighborhood, etc. Relax, enjoy what you have and the freedom that most of us younger guys have. Honestly I'm content right now. I have a job, there's cold beer and food in the fridge, and the Ninja is fun to ride around and makes the trip to and from work more tolerable.

But track riding is in my BLOOD!
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Get together with other people and set up a track somewhere? There's a big building where they have concerts and hockey games and all kinds of stuff, and they have a good sized parking lot. They have SCCA auto racing once in a while. They just set up a whole ton of cones. Just find a willing business with a big parking lot and do the same.
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I did use a new neighborhood as my track for a while. They were laying some new construction, and as always, the roads come first. They also normally build towards the entrance first, then branch out. So there were tons of free streets. I simply used that as my track. No timing or anything, but got out and rode. I could have put my knee down several times if I had leathers. Turning sharp enough in a cul-de-sac to drag a knee is not small feat. Most people would be afraid to turn so tight at such low speeds. To me it was a blast.
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Get together with other people and set up a track somewhere? There's a big building where they have concerts and hockey games and all kinds of stuff, and they have a good sized parking lot. They have SCCA auto racing once in a while. They just set up a whole ton of cones. Just find a willing business with a big parking lot and do the same.
Also bring a broom or gas blower to make sure there is no dirt spots in a turn. And check for oil. You don't want a sharp turn over the paint or parking spots because that is almost instant disaster.
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Old November 10th, 2012, 09:30 PM   #21
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At least in the past, there was hope for the future. If you got an education or got on somewhere decent, you had a shot of making a decent living. We're seriously thinking about just selling everything and moving from the US over to Ireland or just somewhere in Europe that actually has a job market.
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Ride the bike. You could easily befriend someone else who is going out there with a truck or trailer, and they can carry your stuff (like gas can, stands, etc).

However, on a 250, if there is a gas station near by, you should be able to fill up, do your track day, and hit the gas station again without going bingo.
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Ride the bike. You could easily befriend someone else who is going out there with a truck or trailer, and they can carry your stuff (like gas can, stands, etc).

However, on a 250, if there is a gas station near by, you should be able to fill up, do your track day, and hit the gas station again without going bingo.

Well the track is about 290 miles away from home. And I'd be worried about crashing the bike and not being able to ride it home. Hopefully that doesn't happen but you never know.
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ballin, also... but really though, what does it matter.

personal wealth is most accumulated by time and good management.
live your life responsibly and you will have plenty of money.

dont be jealous of others, work hard and make a plan to put yourself where ever you want to be.
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ballin, also... but really though, what does it matter.

personal wealth is most accumulated by time and good management.
live your life responsibly and you will have plenty of money.

dont be jealous of others, work hard and make a plan to put yourself where ever you want to be.
Well said sir!
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Well the track is about 290 miles away from home. And I'd be worried about crashing the bike and not being able to ride it home. Hopefully that doesn't happen but you never know.


Well, I doubt you will need to worry about that. Typically they separate the groups by experience levels. So, you would be the slowest/newest riding group. That would help you keep your speeds down. Plus they talk about the track before hand (typically), about braking points, etc. You have a few warm up laps, then you start working on small things.

So the first time out there, you just work on getting to know the track. You aren't out there to break records with your lap times, you simply want to really get to know the track. I mean that at the end of the day, you can close your eyes and see every turn and know what gears you are in around the track. You most likely won't crash the first few times you are out there. It is once you try to brake deeper in a turn, or concentrate on getting faster lap times...that is when your normally wipe out there. Plus at your level, there is a no passing rule if I remember correctly. Well, in the turns or leading to the turns. Around here you can only pass on the straights in the newbie level.
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Well, I doubt you will need to worry about that. Typically they separate the groups by experience levels. So, you would be the slowest/newest riding group. That would help you keep your speeds down. Plus they talk about the track before hand (typically), about braking points, etc. You have a few warm up laps, then you start working on small things.

So the first time out there, you just work on getting to know the track. You aren't out there to break records with your lap times, you simply want to really get to know the track. I mean that at the end of the day, you can close your eyes and see every turn and know what gears you are in around the track. You most likely won't crash the first few times you are out there. It is once you try to brake deeper in a turn, or concentrate on getting faster lap times...that is when your normally wipe out there. Plus at your level, there is a no passing rule if I remember correctly. Well, in the turns or leading to the turns. Around here you can only pass on the straights in the newbie level.

Well then. I might just ride. But it's going to be my last resort. If I can't figure out a way to tow the bike to the track then I will definitely be riding the bike then. I AM going to a track day this summer. Haha.

Harbor Freight has this awesome little 4x8 Trailer for $290 dollars that will haul the ninja perfectly!
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Well then. I might just ride. But it's going to be my last resort. If I can't figure out a way to tow the bike to the track then I will definitely be riding the bike then. I AM going to a track day this summer. Haha.

Harbor Freight has this awesome little 4x8 Trailer for $290 dollars that will haul the ninja perfectly!
U haul motorcycle trailer. $15/day, even has a wheel chock
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U haul motorcycle trailer. $15/day, even has a wheel chock

Trailer would be an investment. Plus the lightest u-haul weighs too much for my 1.5 liter car. Haha. I'd be pushing it with the HF trailer and my bike on it.

I'll see though. I am just in the planning stages. I got some time yet to make a real decision.
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You should have just posted this:




I am going to start to work on my wife for a little scooter. Nothing fancy. Just to putt around on running small errands.

However, I very much prefer my bicycles over driving anything, but sometimes you just have to be somewhere in a lower amount of time, so a moped would be pretty cool to have (plus super cheap to own).
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